During repatriation, no distinctions were made based on people’s background. Every Dutch citizen and everyone who lived in the Netherlands before the war was eligible for repatriation. The returnees consisted of Jews and political prisoners who survived the concentration camps, people who had been forced to work in the German war industry, and prisoners of war. But Dutchmen who had volunteered to serve in the German army were also repatriated.
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